Volcom Aria GTX Bib Overall Pant - Women's

Volcom Aria GTX Bib Overall Pant - Women's
Volcom Aria GTX Bib Overall Pant - Women's
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Aria GTX Bib Overall Pant - Women's by Volcom
Featuring almost every necessity a ripper could desire, the Volcom women's Aria GTX Bib Overall Pant is a trusty option for backcountry bliss and in-bounds euphoria. The Gore-Tex two-layer membrane is impervious to most snow conditions, but the V-Science lining helps your epidermis breathe when things get hot, as they often do during extended tours and bootpack ascents. In case you get caught in an in-bounds slide, the Aria deploys RECCO technology to enable first responders to more-quickly detect your whereabouts. A jacket-to pant interface couples the Aria to nearly any Volcom jacket for 100% seamless integration that'll further restrict moisture entry. But when things really heat up, mesh-lined thigh zips allow you to ventilate your underlayers so you won't overheat during the uphill push or temperate spring day.

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